A Level Courses

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We offer weekly sessions for Biology, Chemistry and Physics A level.

Physics runs every Saturday at our Cotesbach venue from 10.30-12.00 with Neil Carter at a cost of £30.

Biology is run by Elaine Chapman and Chemistry by Rachel Wright. These sessions are Wednesdays with a range of sessions between 3.30-5.30 at Lutterworth Leisure Centre. There are a number of options available so please contact us to discuss which would work best for you. The one to one sessions are £45 per hour. A very popular option is our small group, which started last year. This provides tutoring for a maximum of 6 students for £20 per hour.

Two Hour Sessions

12/9/183.1.2 Moles and equations3.2.2 The cell cycle
19/9/183.1.4 EnergeticsAWAY
26/9/183.1.5 Kinetics3.2.3 Transport across cell membranes
3/10/183.1.6 Chemical equilibria3.2.4 Cell recognition
10/10/183.1.7 Redox3.3.2 Gas exchange
24/10/183.2.2 Group 2AWAY
31/10/183.2.3 Group 73.3.3 Digestion and absorption
7/11/183.3.5 Alcohols3.3.4 Mass transport
14/11/183.3.6 Organic Analysis3.4.1 DNA, genes and chromosones
21/11/183.3.7 Optical isomerism3.4.2 Protein synthesis
28/11/183.3.8 Aldehydes and Ketones3.4.3 Mutation and meiosis
5/12/183.3.9 Carboxylic acids3.4.4 Genetic diversity and adaptation
12/12/183.3.10 Aromatic chemistry3.4.5 Species and taxonomy
19/12/183.3.11 Amines3.4.6 Biodiversity within a community
9/1/193.3.12 Polymers3.4.7 Investigating diversity
16/1/193.3.13 Amino acids3.5.1 Photosynthesis
23/1/193.3.14 Synthesis3.5.2 Respiration
30/1/193.3.15 NMR3.5.3 Energy and ecosystems
6/2/193.3.16 Chromatography3.5.4 Nutrient cycles
13/2/193.1.8 Thermodynamics part 13.6.1 Stimuli and response
27/2/193.1.8 Thermodynamics part 23.6.2 Nervous co-ordination
6/3/193.1.9 Rates equations3.6.3 Skeletal muscles
13/3/193.1.10 Equilibrium constant3.6.4 Homeostasis
20/3/193.1.11 Electrode potential part 13.7.1 Inheritance and genetic crosses
27/3/193.1.11 Electrode potential part 23.7.2 Populations Hardy-Weinberg
3/4/193.1.12 Acids and bases part 13.7.3 Evolutions and speciation
10/4/193.1.12 Acids and bases part 23.7.4 Population in ecosystem
1/5/193.2.4 P3 elements3.8.1 Gene mutation
8/5/193.2.5 Transition metals3.8.2 Gene expression
15/5/193.2.6 Reactions of ions part 13.8.3 Using genome projects
22/5/193.2.6 Reactions of ions part 23.8.4 Gene technologies

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